As our festive period is over and we face to a New Year, resolutions, challenges and changes. First, we have to believe in our mission and take it seriously, we must feel worthy to deserve that goal. This way is the only way to feel motivated and commit to your goal.
Go step by step.
You won’t win a war in one week. You are in a new thing, your first day at your workplace wasn’t as confident as a few weeks later, so I would say focus on one thing for two weeks, and make sure you grow a new thing to a routine.
- To get more sleep, switch the phone off and try to get lighter dinner to have a comfortable sleep.
- To avoid bloat, make sure you get right portions, smaller and your calories are spread out in a schedule that fit in your timings.
- To drink more water, carry a bottle with yourself, and maybe set reminders on your phone or smart watch.
- Distract yourself from binge eating, if you are not really hungry, you don’t need unnecessary calories and with a healthy balanced diet, you won’t be hungry. Watch out for the symptoms of binge eating disorder:
- eating a lot of food, very fast
- trying to hide how much they are eating
- storing up supplies of food
- putting on weight – though this doesn’t happen to everyone with binge eating disorder
- To improve general health, reduce takeaways, processed foods, sugary, fizzy drinks…etc.
And there are many variations of a happier, healthier and fitter lifestyle, but you make sure you are happy with the new routine, and own it, do it every day, so you can be ready for the next step. There is always a next step that can make you feel better and happier.
If you fail, that means this routine just didn’t work, you have to approach the goal from another way, but the result will be the same.